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• Program your graphing calculator to display graphs of displacement and speed for a falling body.
• Program your graphing calculator to create a graph of height versus time so you can predict how high a vertically launched rocket will go and how long it will remain in flight, given the following initial speeds for a rocket traveling straight upward, at an angle of 90 degrees.
• Program your graphing calculator to create a graph of normal forces versus force of static friction to determine what applied force would be necessary to keep the objects in each of the following situations sliding
• Program your graphing calculator to create a table for work done, give an applied force and an angle.
• Program your graphing calculator to convert a given angular displacement into revolutions to radians, and create a graph of angular speed versus time so that you can identify the angular speed for the following situations
• Program your TI graphing calculator to create a graph of the relationship between the period around the sun and the planet’s distances from the Sun using Kepler’s 3rd Law. You can do in ten minutes what it took Johannes Kepler ten years to discover.
• Program your graphing calculator to create a graph of torque versus angle of applied force to determine the torque involved in each of the following situations:
• Program your graphing calculator to build a table of the flow rates in centimeters cubed per second for various hose diameters and flow speeds:
• Using your graphing calculator to predict the period of a clock pendulum with a period of 2.0 s on Earth if the pendulum were moved to the various locations, which have the free-fall accelerations indicated
• Program your graphing calculator to graph the frequency of sound versus its apparent frequency to a stationary observer.
• Program your graphing calculator to create a table of object distances versus image distances in order to predict the image distance, magnification, and characteristics of images in various situations.
• Program your graphing calculator to build a table for identifying the separations on a screen due to double-slit interference between the first three bright fringes, given various situations
• Program you graphing calculator to create a graph of force versus distance for two positive charges in order to determine the forces involved in various situations
• Program your graphing calculator to create a graph of potential differences versus electrical potential energy stored in a capacitor.
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